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Classical guitarists employ a different technique and a slightly different instrument from the typical long-haired ax-wielding rocker. The guitar that Chris Anderson will be playing at Trinity United Church probably won't be swung through the air or set ablaze after the last song. Instead, the former guitar instructor will perform classical pieces intended for other instruments, such as Elizabethan lutes, that he's adapted to the guitar. It's a fitting transition, as the classical guitar is known for its ability to sustain a number of musical voices. Anderson's guitar gently speaks Sunday, Nov. 18, at 3 p.m. Donations accepted. 288-6056.